Health Promotion & Community Wellness

Our Philosophy
Public Health Education is about community wellness. We believe in creating healthy communities and supporting citizens to be as healthy as they can be. We work to prevent needless injuries, disabilities and premature deaths.

We envision a Solano County that respects and honors its diversity. A county that offers a high quality of life and is healthy, livable, walkable, bikeable and safe.

To achieve this, the Health Promotion and Community Wellness Bureau was formed in 1994 to assess, plan, implement and evaluate effective health education programs.  We work extensively with coalitions and help mobilize communities. While we provide many services to individuals and groups, we focus our efforts on advocacy and creating policies to maximize the positive impact on populations within our community. We support healthy people and healthy places.

For more information, call the Health Promotion and Community Wellness Bureau at (707) 553-5542.

Stay tuned for upcoming events!

Free Proposal and Grant Writing Workshop:

"How to Develop  and Maintain Prevention Programs"

February 11, 2014
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - registration starts at 8:30 a.m.
Joe Nelson Community Center, Room B,  611 Village Dr., Suisun

Solano County encourages individuals and/or agencies interested in implementing, evaluating or coordinating Substance Abuse Prevention Services and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) policy initiatives to attend this workshop.
The workshop is cohosted by Solano Public Health and the Center for Applied Research Solutions (CARS.) It is designed for beginning and intermediate grant writers; no prior experience is needed.

For more information, email Maria Traylor or phone 707-568-3800. Or, register here.  

Solano County Strategic Prevention Plan for Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) Prevention